Xbox Series S|X Get New 512GB & 2TB Storage Expansion Card Options


May 4, 2013
One of the major pros to Xbox Series X and S’s console designs was the ease with which you could upgrade the storage thanks to a partnership with Seagate. The 1TB SSD storage expansion card for Xbox Series X/S may cost a pretty penny, but you only need to plug it into the console and you’ve got readily available extra storage for games. That said, Xbox and Seagate are set to offer further options for those who want more storage or want to pay less for a similar device. 512GB and 2TB versions of the storage expansion cards have been announced and will be launching mid-November and December respectively.

Xbox and Seagate announced the new Xbox Series X/S storage expansion card sizes in an Xbox Wire blog post on October 21, 2021. The new sizes are 512GB and 2TB. Much like the previous 1TB Seagate storage expansion card, these cards can simply be plugged into a port on the back of the Xbox Series X or S consoles, allowing fairly easy upgrades. Seagate and Xbox have worked together to make sure the cards integrate well with the Xbox Series X and S’s built-in SSD.

The 512GB card costs $140 in the US and launches mid-November. The 2TB card costs $400 in the US and launches in early December. We expect UK pricing soon.


Jul 21, 2013
Goo to se another size option, need to open it out to different companies though